That HTML input would not be suitable, because it is not actually creating an ordered list in the word document.
We have been able to solve the issue of indentation using multilevel ordered lists, however I have found a bug whereby aspose is unable to correctly generate the numbering for multilevel ordered lists. This is an urgent issue for us.
Please see attached zip file. The HTML file is an example of what we are trying to send, and can be seen to render correctly in a browser. The screenshot is how this HTML looks in a browser. The DOCX file is the file generated by aspose when we tried to convert that HTML file.
As you will see, the multi level list numbering is not correct. Where the numbers should be 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 etc they are coming out as 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 etc.
Setting the numbering manually does not seem to be an option, because it results in inconsistent formatting which is impossible to align when the HTML input has been dynamically generated. aspose_multilevel.zip (18.6 KB)